Jerusalem artichokes are surprisingly misleading in more ways than one.
For starters, they’re not from Jerusalem and they’re not artichokes. And despite their knobby, uninviting look, this root vegetable magically transforms into a comforting, scrumptious and nutritious side dish.
Looking for an accompaniment to your Thanksgiving and meatless Monday meals? Try sunchokes! Continue reading
contributed by Melissa Roberts
In case you haven’t heard, Hanukkah and Thanksgiving fall on the same day this year. It’s a big deal because the holidays last converged in the 1880′s and it won’t happen again for thousands of years. Reason to celebrate Thanksgivukkah, for sure!
For some, the idea of frying latkes while preparing a Thanksgiving feast isn’t an intimidating thought. For most of us mortals, however, the thought of standing and frying at the stove isn’t a welcome notion. (And for mortals like myself, frying but once a year is enough!) There is a solution to the frying “issue.” Continue reading